Call for Participation:

FCCM’22 Call for Participation (Early Registration by May 1)

Early Registration Deadline
May 1, 2022

Call for Participation: The 30th IEEE International Symposium On Field-Programmable Custom Computing Machines (FCCM)
May 15–18, 2022 | New York City | Hybrid Event

The IEEE International Symposium on Field-Programmable Custom Computing Machines (FCCM) is the original and premier forum for presenting and discussing new research related to computing that exploits the unique features and capabilities of FPGAs and other reconfigurable hardware.

Conference Information

Keynote, Program, and Workshop & Tutorials

  • Keynote: Intel FPGAs for Programmable, Accelerated Infrastructure and Applications for the Modern Data Center
    • Jim Dworkin, Intel Corporation, Vice President & General Manager, Cloud & Enterprise Acceleration Division, Programmable Solutions Group, Data Center & AI Group, Intel Corporation
  • Technical program: We have two days of long and short paper presentations on tools, machine learning, architectures, and applications. Two poster sessions and a set of demos covering a variety of topics. We also have nine tutorials and workshops covering hot topics such as open-source tools, programming languages, and processors. For more details, see

— May 15 (Sunday) —

  • Tutorial: Introduction to Vitis AI development Tools Flow
  • Tutorial: OpenFPGA: The Open Source Revolution Comes to FPGAs
  • Tutorial: Hands-On Tutorial: Introduction to oneAPI with Intel FPGAs

— May 16 (Monday) —

  • Session 1 – Tools
  • Session 2 – Architecture
  • Session 3 – Applications 1
  • Reception + Demo Night

— May 17 (Tuesday) —

  • Session 4 – Machine Learning
  • Session 5 – Security and Crypto
  • Session 6 – Applications 2

— May 18 (Wednesday) —

  • Workshop: First Workshop on Formal Methods In High-Level Synthesis
  • Tutorial: TAPA: High-Performance Customization-Friendly HLS Framework
  • Workshop: Workshop on Security for Custom Computing
  • Tutorial: Hardware Description Languages: Past, Present, and Future
  • Tutorial: CFU-Playground: Build Your Own Custom TinyML Processor
  • Tutorial: Nios V: RISC-V Based Processors for Intel FPGAs

Demo Night: The Demo Night is an opportunity for people to show off their latest and greatest systems, tools, and technologies in a relaxed atmosphere. See the latest technology from industry, meet with the leading FCCM researchers, demonstrate your latest work, and receive early feedback on their work in progress.

Organization Committee

  • General Chair: Zhiru Zhang (Cornell University)
  • Program Chair: Eriko Nurvitadhi (Intel)
  • Publication Chair: Gabriel Weisz (Microsoft)
  • Finance Chair: Andrew Schmidt (University of Southern California ISI)
  • Hybridization Chairs: Ron Sass (UNCC), Peipei Zhou (University of Pittsburgh)
  • Sponsorship Chair: Lana Josipovic (ETH), Guojie Luo (Peking University)
  • Workshop Chairs: Yun (Eric) Liang (Peking University), Zhenman Fang (SFU)
  • Travel Awards Chair: Zhenman Fang (SFU)
  • Publicity and Website Chair: Cong (Callie) Hao (Georgia Tech)
  • Expo and Demo-Night Chair: Grace Zgheib (Intel)
  • Local Arrangement Chair: Mohamed Abdelfattah (Cornell Tech), Debjit Pal (Cornell)